Monthly Archives: October 2010

Activist Post: 5 Best Countries to Escape America’s Decline

Okay, you’re upset with the direction America is headed and you’ve been thinking of moving to another country. Perhaps you feel exhaustedly cynical about the political, economic, or social situation in the U.S. and think it is beyond repair. You … Continue reading

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Setting Up a Grid to Buy The Silver Dips – SilverSeek.com

Currency traders have long used a grid system as a way to systematically buy into a currency at differing points and average in their positions.  With silver emerging as a currency of choice among ordinary investors and even institutional hedge … Continue reading

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Does anyone work at the Credit Bureaus??

I recently tried to open an internet account only to be shot down because my credit report had an alert on it.  This did not bother me in the least because I had an “Active Duty” alert status placed on … Continue reading

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Enforcing the Marijuana Laws in America?

It is hard to imagine that Eric Holder’s letter threatening to “vigorously enforce” federal law if California votes for legalization of marijuana is serious.  It seems timed to manipulate voters in California, but in this year when political elites are … Continue reading

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US Policies Intensify World Currency, Trade Conflicts

In the wake of the fractious International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting held October 9-10 in Washington, the descent into global currency and trade war has accelerated, with the United States playing the role of instigator-in-chief. The US is deliberately encouraging … Continue reading

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Currency Chaos – Il Sole 24 ORE

BRUSSELS – Guido Mantega, Brazil’s finance minister, aptly captured the current monetary Zeitgeist when he spoke of a looming currency war. What had seemed a bilateral dispute between the United States and China over the renminbi’s exchange rate has mutated … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Play the Silver Rally – While Limiting Your Risks with Options

BY LARRY D. SPEARS, Contributing Writer, Money Morning With the global economy struggling to sustain even a modest recovery, the U.S. Federal Reserve pledging further quantitative easing if needed, and the dollar and several other leading currencies showing unrelenting weakness, … Continue reading

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Never Pay U.S. Taxes Again – Legally ~ By Robert E. Bauman

Expatriation: It’s been called “the ultimate estate plan” and it’s a legal, step-by-step process that can lead to the legal right for you to stop paying U.S. or other national income taxes—forever. In sum, it requires professional consultations, careful planning, … Continue reading

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Bad policies push U.S. in wrong direction | SmallGovTimes.com

No one at the Federal Reserve, Treasury or Council of Economic Advisors foresaw the crisis. When the crisis hit, the predictions were that unless the government dramatically increased its role in the economy, the U.S. would fall off a cliff. … Continue reading

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Dollar hits fresh 15-year-low against yen – Yahoo! News

TOKYO – The dollar fell to a fresh 15-year-low against the yen in Tokyo on Thursday amid growing speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve will ease monetary policy next month. The U.S. currency was quoted at 81.07 yen briefly in … Continue reading

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